A few wrestlers who worked The Collective came down with positive COVID-19 tests. There was some worry about everyone who attended the event, but Ethan Page and Josh Alexander are good to go for Impact Wrestling’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view.
Bound For Glory will be this Saturday, October 24th. That is one day prior to Hell In A Cell so it will be a busy weekend for pro wrestling. Fans of The North will have a big reason to tune in because Page and Alexander tested negative for COVID-19.
Page revealed on Twitter that he is negative by saying: “Don’t worry everyone I’m still Bound For Glory.” Josh Alexander had a bit of a longer caption to a video of him training in the gym.
You know whats stressful? Worrying about the possibility of catching covid-19, being asymptomatic & passing it along to others.
I waited 5 days. Got my test. As of today I can share that I am NEGATIVE.
Now to drip sweat & watch the G1 finals.
Be safe everyone
The North are going to make it to Bound For Glory. As of this writing we have not heard of any wrestlers who will have to pull out of the Impact Wrestling pay-per-view. The Impact Wrestling Tag Team Titles will be on the line in a four-way match between The Motor City Machine Guns, The Good Brothers, The North, and Ace Austin & Madman Fulton.
Joey Janela released a public statement on the COVID-19 situation at The Collective. He said that GCW will continue to run shows while using all of the safety protocol possible.